John Hiatt, born in 1952, is another of the great treasures of American popular music. Guitarist, singer and above all an undoubted solidity songwriter, he's one of the storytellers who have best illustrated the path traveled by genuinely rooted music that connects blues and folk with rock'n'roll. His album "Bring The Family" from 1992, backed by Ry Cooder, Nick Lowe and Jim Keltner, is one of the albums that best represents all this legacy, essential to know and understand the concept of Americana music. His record production includes more than twenty-five titles since his first appearance in 1973 and his tours and performances have been constant throughout his career, despite all this, Hiatt has always surprisingly loaded with a certain component of outsider and enigmatic musician, on the sidelines of massive success. His presence and his legacy are already essential for the popular music of the last fifty years.